Economic and social aspects of international labor migration

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The article is devoted to the consideration of socio-economic aspects of international labor migration. It is established that international labor migration determines a number of positive effects in the economy of the host country. It is determined that in modern conditions, illegal international labor migration is becoming increasingly widespread. At the same time, illegal labor migrants fall into the shadow sector of the economy, increasing its share. This effect is negative and in the long-term perspective has destructive impact on any national economy of the recipient country of international labor migrants. It is proved that the negative impact of international labor migration on the economy of the recipient country is manifested in the fact that immigrants lay their claim to a certain share of public benefits that the state provides for its citizens. This effect is especially enhanced when families migrate with parents who will be paid a pension in the recipient country.




Abanina, I. N., Ogloblina, E. V., Seredina, M. I., & Chicherova, E. Y. (2019). Economic and social aspects of international labor migration. International Journal of Recent Technology and Engineering, 8(3), 8270–8273.

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